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GLOBE BEPtTBLIO. FRIDAY fiVEHKa, AtlY 29, 1888
DAILY AND WEEKIY.
JNMSY, NICHOLS 6 CO.,
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FRIDA 1 EVENING, MA 1' 29.
urn azoBK-nici'UJiLic Attn tub
l:t:iVHLlVAX STATE cos-
Morning- and Evening Editions.
Wo call tho attention of our business
men to tho (act that we shall issue both
morning anil evening editions ol the
Gl.oBK-UKruiiMO on the 11th and 12th of
June, with lull reports of the State Repub
lican Convention up to the hour of issue.
We shall print a very large number of
each edition and the papers will be pro
fusely distributed through all portions of
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ltio Itepubllcan Slat Convention ot 1889 will be
neld In the city o( bprlugfleld on
Thursday, June 11, 1885.
The Delegates ot each Congressional District
wll convene st a o'clock a. m. lor the purpose of
.bating one Vice President for the Conveutlou,
end one member ot eacnot the various Commlt-
The Convention will he called to order at 10
a clock a m. for. temporary organization, and' at 1
f.'c.ock p. in. for permanent organization and the
tlfltisuctlou of itsother business.
Candidates will be nominated for
Judge or hupremo Court,
Jlcuibcr Hoard Public Works.
The basis of representation In this Conventlou Is
one delegate fcr every fire hundred vol s, and one
lor every fraction of over two hundred and fllty
votes cast for lion. Jamea O. Blaine for President
The several counties will be entitled to repre
sentation In said Convention as follows:
W recommend that efforts h a)aat to secure a
large attendance at the ueetljuav te aesoiat del, -gates,
so thai the people (hall telelaiarjwpreseulea
In the bUte Convention! that fMtlemea he not
"...keunloei It be certain that they
will attend; and that, as tar as practicable, the
County emral CouuUlaea be appointel at the
same time that ale lag ale are eheeea, II this kai
net already been done.
J08BPH W. CUE A IX,
Chairman Kepubl'etaiHaM tntnl OaaiaiUoa.
A. U CAlWo ooaitMory.
The Columbus Dispatch tins a now lienj
It didn't need n new heart.
Tho Cincinnati Kvcntiig l'nst managers
nro raising n fund, by voluntary subscrip
tion, "for tho relict of thoso whoso bread
winners died in tho Sixth street fire."
About $000 has altcady been secured,
l'.x-U. S. Senator, Thomas W, Tipton, who
preached for the Congregational church
in Springfield, O., a year, and who us n
Republican, apostatized to the Democracy
In Andy Johnson's reign, has just been
appointed Receiver of l'ublio Moneys, at
Tho Cincinnati Enquirer has the follow
ing in to-day's (Friday's) issue:
There Is evidence In the Springfield Oloiu
IIkpuulio of tho return ol Colonel Conies
Kluncy tu Ids editorial labors, though there
U no Inlcntlon lu this resptct to disparage the
"eilltlDg" In his absence. Kinnej's grip is
(till strong, and as Springfield hs become a
political metropolis ho vvlll hnto a ihnnie
pretty soon to "wade In vthete nngcls Icar to
Columbus is assuming an attitude to
ward Springfield and showing an amount
of "savogcry" towards us that should bo
immediately rebuked by the Cincinnati
Commercial Gazette. What forces us to
cry out so plaintively is this, from the
It is claimed by Springfield that tho ton n
will get the Brown-Manly plow-workp, an In
stitution toward wh'ch Columbus was resell
ing with an aniiotu cure. Tho argument of
a large borne consumption probably Influ
enced tho choice, fl9 the citizens will need the
plows when putting in their wheat this fall
along such thoroughfares as Market street.
Now is not this rcnlly very sad, Mr.
We find the following appreciative al
lusion to our distinguished citizen, Judge
Littler, in tho Cleveland Leader'
The many friends of Judge J. II. Littler, of
Springfield, will regret to learn that he was
retently afflicted with a stroke ot paralysis.
lie has represented Clark county in our State
Legislature for many jearr, and was esteemed
hy all who knew him as a man ofuniuipeacn
itble honor and Integrity. lie is now about
seventy years of age, and up to his recent at
tack bo whs a remarkable specimen of hale
and rigorous old ugr.
We have the evidence from various
sources that Judge Littler held a high and
most honorable rank among his fellow
members of the Legislature.
The first delegate to the Republican
State Convention arrived Thursday even
ing. It was a big Sea Turtle, weighing
100 pounds, was shipped from Cincin
nati by express, is now at Stewart A.
Morrow's on Market street, and is still
alive and kicking. lie is expected to
prove the most popular as well as the first
delegate, and will probably have more in
fluence in the way of promoting harmony
than will be exerted by any other feature
ot tho occasion. We understand that the
preference of this "first delegates" is for
Foraker, but that ho will uot "kick"
should the Convention nominate cither
Kenuody or I'eatty or any other man.
The Madison County Democrat, of Lon
don whose editor, Mr. M. L. Bryan, was
here tho other Jay says:
Why ihould not Ihe Demxratic State Con
vention be held at Springfield? Ample ac
commodations cau be had iu the Champion
City for ell who may attend, and beiidts. the
Springfielders are putting up nn immense
wigwam lor tne uepubllcaDS, wblcn can be
utilized by the Democrats. The goad people
over there have fet their hearts on having the
next Governor of Ohio put In nomination in
that wigwam, and for one we should not like
to tee them disappointed.
By order of the City. Council the wig
wam is to be taken down immediatelyafter
the adjournment of the Republican Con"
vention, but it can bo put up again, in an
other and a suitable locality, if the Demo
crats of Ohio will say they want it.
The annual meeting of tho Ohio State
Teachers' Association will be held at
Chautauqua, New York, July 7th, 8th and
9th. Lake Chautauqua is on the main
line of the New York, Pennsylvania and
Ohio railroad. The managers of the
above named road cheerfully give the Ex
ecutive Committee extremely low rates for
teachers with a long limit as to time for
returning. It is expected that this will be
the largest meeting the association has
ever bad. There will be no change of cars
by tho N. Y., P. & 0. railroad, nnd every
thing will be done to make the teachers
enjoy their trip. Tho New York State
Teachers' Association will also bo held at
Chautauqua during the samo time, and
the American Teachers' Convention will
bo held at Saratoga the following week.
The Bco Lino managers will also offer first
class facilities to teachers who wish to ut
tend either or any ol these important
Pure atmosphere in towns not only
fortifies their people against fevers, chol
era, etc., but it has been ascertained that
the thorough drainage of three English
towns, Ely, Rugby and Salisbury, with tho
improved quality of water and air thus
produced by it, has diminished consump
tion and pulmonary alfections one-half.
This is an important point, and its teach
ing is not that pure air in cities will cure
consumption, but that it will have a ten
dency to prevent it from fastening upon
the longs. Consumption can be warded
off by free use of pure nir and wholesome
food, and a reasonable amount of physical
exercise. On this general matter the
Indianapolis News speaks as follows:
It Is a pity that the statement had not been
made comprehensive tnuugh to show the
value of pure waUraod air In reducing other
classes of diseases. Fevers aid enjeric dis
orders are the most direct and usual tflra of
impure water, and the Introduction of a pure
supply would piobablv show quite as marked
aoiBVet In their leductlon as In pulmonary
Mr. John II, Patterson, of Frank Les
lie's Illustrated Newspnper, Now York, is
in tho city for a few days, working up the
iiitt rests of the celebrated journal which
ho represents. Wo know Mr. Patterson
very well and most heartily commend him
to such of our citizens as ho may meet.
Rev. Dr. Latidis, of Dayton, succeeds
Rev. I). Ucrgcr, I). D,, as editor of tho
Sunday school literature of the United
Brethren church. That ho will prove a
better or abler man than his predecessor
is hardly possible As to what Dr. Bergcr
is to do we arc not advised.
The I'rnlmlile Outlet Accidentally Illtcnv
rrrtl liy Hoy.
Potor Whltfonl, a farmer, living n
few milos southeast of tho city, and his
son Frank, 10 joars of ngo, woro look
Ini; for somo stray cattle. They woro
on horseback, mm followed tho tracks
of tho c:tltla to within n few miles of
tho ino-t southern point of tho lake,
l'niiik was riding somo dlstntico in ad
vance, of his father, anil was gazing in
tently on tho ground, as tho tracks of,
tho caltla woro soinowlint indistinct
Whilo thoy wcro riding iiuiutly along
In this manuer, Mr. Whltfonl was
startled by a shout from his son, nnd,
looking quickly up, ho saw Frank throw
his arms wildly Into tho air, whilo his
horso was plunging about as if tcrror
strickon. At tho same time, there was
n deep, rumbling sound, that scorned
to conio from tho center of tho earth.
Iu an instant, nnd before Mr. Whltford
hud timo to think, his son and tho
horso ho rodo had disappeared from
viow, and in tho place whoro thoy had
been a yawning chasm appeared, from
tho sides of which tho earth was still
caving and dropping down. ,
Mr. Whltford for several momenta
was stupoliud with terror, and then, as
ho began to roalizo tho torriblo situa
tion, ho beunmo almost frantic. Tho
last piercing shriek of his son was still
ringing in his cars, and ho could not
tell how far ho had fallen or what
dreadful fato ho had met. Tho aper
ture seemed to bo about SO feet In
width, and was nearly circular. Mr.
Whltford noticed that on tho opposlto
sido from where ho was standing tho
earth seemed comparatively solid. Ho
thereto! u proceeded cautiously around,
and, fncu downward, crept slowly and
carefully foiward until ho was euubied
to peer over tho blink of tho chasm.
At lirst ho could distinguish nothing
but impenetrable darkness. Tho faint
rush of waters far below was tho only
bound that greeted his oar, and after
gazing intently for sovcral moments ho
beheld tho glimmer and foam of tho
water. Ho then began to "hollo" lust
ily, and, waiting a fow minutes for a
reply, ho heard a faint response, como
up from tho depths below. Ho was
overjoyed by tho discovery that his son
m.ij still alive, and Immediately sot
about to devise somo means for his
rescue. Fortunately ho carried upon
tho horn of his saddlo a stout lariat
rope, about liity feet in length, which
ho hastily procured and lowered over
tho hide of tho opening. Frank shout
ed up that it would not reach by sov
oral leet, and Mr. Whltford lengthened
it by adding tho bridle-reins, when. ho
was overjoyed by the discovery that it
reached his son. Flank fastened the
rope securely around his body, and
shouted for his father to draw him up.
Although ho is very small in stature,
ami does not weigh over VJi notinds, it
was only by superhuman efforts that
Mr. Wiiitford succeeded in drawing
him up. and twico ho camo very near
being dragged over tho brink himself.
But no was finally successful, howovor,
nnd tho emotions of tho father unJ mm,
whop tho latter was' safely landed, on
solid ground, can be uioto readily im
agined than described. Frank was en
tirely uninjured, with tho exception of
several bruises ou the left leg. Ho lo
sciibcd his sensations whilo descending
as most terrible, and owes his escape
from injury to tho fortunate circum
stance of his horso remaining under
him. The animal struck tho bottom
first, and this broko tho forcoi of
Frank's fall. Tho horse, Frank thought,
was not dead, but he intended to re
turn and shoot him. Frank described
tho cavern in which ho descended as
being about seventy-live feet in length.
Ho had fallen on tho west sido of a
shelf of rocks, just below which a foam
ing stream of water was rushing madly
past. Tliis stream appeared, o-s near
as Frank could tell iu the dim light, to
be about lifty feet in width. Tho spray
that was constantly being dashed over
tho rock on which ho had fallen had
left a heavy deposit of salt, from which
it was evident tbu stream camo from
Great Salt Lake Tho cavorn nar
rowed down at either ond just leaving
room for tho channel of tho stream.
Young Whitford's escape was no less
marvelous than was tho wonderful dis
covery ho made. This underground
stream was flowing in a southwesterly
direction, directly from tho lake, and
if it is not an outlet, what is it? Tho
place whoro this occurred Is about
twenty-fivo miles from tho city, and, the
locality will probably bo visited by a
party from this city in a fow days.
Fiom the Halt Lake (Utuh) Democrat.
'lennyon'H "Kout tfout"
Lord Tennyson's alleged, "poem'j on
tho English navy appears at such a
timo and uses such langimgo that it
looks liko an attempt to scire Russians
from making an attack on tho English
ships. Tho first expression with wTiich
tho so-called poems opens. "You! yqu!"
sounds exactly liko an Englishman of
too much respectability to uso vulgar
epithets shaking his lists with passion
and trying to call names in a dignlflyd
way. "You! you!" would seem to such
a man an expression of superior con
tempt, something liko "fellow," or
"sirrah," but more aristocratic. Then
follows tho warning that "tho fleet of
England is her all in all," and if "you!
you!" injuroit, "on you will como tho
curso of all tho laud." The Russians,
who are said to be singularly unculti
vated, and to understand poetry in a
literal rather than an wsthetlc sense,
will probably conceivo theso lines to
mean that, if they blow up with torpe
does or otherwise seriously injure an
English fleet, thoy may expect to en
dure a universal British "curse," which
all continental people understand to
bo nn emphatic pronunciation of tho
ej.tculutory word "damn," or langungo
to that effect Whether they will be
deterred bv tho probability that nil En
gland will riso up and swear if thoy
mcdillo with her fleet is a problem to
bo solved by events.
Tho middle of thu poem Is a palpable
conundrum, which seems to bo ad
dressed to the chief political ond mnn,
It asks tho puzzling question) "What
would all their votes bo worth, and
what avail thino Ancient namo of freo,
were thou a fallen state?" This is not
addressed to the United States, or it
might be the immediate duty of Secre
tary Bayard to reply in proper iliplo-
, weyrivo It
tunatdly it is, sqeintngfy,
jur. uimlslono. ... tlulms col
reputation ns a solver bf Btltl
drums; ami his,, answer is a
tho ntldlenco with coiisiderab
ty. Hut, as his fame very considerably
tests tiiioti his ability in tlcalinir with
tho exchequer, bo ,wjll urobably. take
time to look' over tho figures Tjcfore
venturing to give an opinion m to what
I'.umuu vvouiu uu nurui uuuer sucn
Tho conclusion of tho pooni looms to
bo addressed to tho commanders of thi
British Hoot It informs thorn.: In potftli
phrase, that, if they iiermlt thoso Rus
sians lubbors to whip the llrlflsh fleet
thoy may expect to bo "Jtlokod" by tho
"wild mobs' million foot," in spite ol
tho protection of the police. "England
oxpects, every ndmlral.tp ,UqJ)iA,.dutyi
on pan pMoiugMckotl byn moV U
tho noblo seuUinoiit ijnder which they
will steam Into'uetlon. Or it may bo
that they will bo klckod if thoy venture
to risk tho fleet In action,., considering
that "-England's all in all" niay Jboro
by bo subjected to violent, .damael
Tho mcro fear of siu;h a thing fp,f)
cites thu noblo bard thal'io shrieks
"you! you! at tho" commando ol'thp
licet also. Tills poetical' blowlhfVJuji
ought to havo prepared tho admiralty
in somo measure lor the practical blow
ing aii) with dynaniito which altubit
Immediately followed. After tho 'tWb
together tho public. ought jiot toibo
surprised at uuytliiug. fVcfrotf Vast. '
An Invnntor'e Glee.
John W. Kcoly to-day told a report
of his latest discovery. As ho. relate
tho narrative tho discoverers on
sparkled and a beam 'of "satlif actio
spread over his'faco"whorrnq romarl
cd: "J havo at last attalnod Wqwdrk
of my.lifo. .havo diseovjprjcjrl thOjoSw
er which, for ,ycdrls,I,s9Ugh.t,"ard.If'cl
insf ..... I .. .. f I., fin, I ....... .I.n. .. nlann..'
I'uiiwitj' pituouyu uuix tuiip wj Vr''
cries antic inventions can gawiortn,
tho world. For six, months. T.ba'
worked fourteen and eighteen, hours
day. Tho worm saw ilttto ol mo o
cause I was locked up'ln my workstib
My engine is operated upon an ontin
jy uinercni sysicui iroui any iiung) i cm
,,ua,I lw,f.,. If urtll Kn VnAun nakvl
newt- uvtv.y. f " ".T" -- ".7,!
rotary othorlc englnoThpppweJ
obtalnod bvv in tor-automatic alr.,.,0
rather, lumfniferous uthfir,, J a ..fact, I
havo half a dozen forms. to apply. to u.
This now powor Is under comploto con
trol, and is greater by livo ot six times
tharr gunpowder. Indeed by multi
plied conccnr4li6J I ' cari'm'ttko'Mt, fif
teen times greater. In a recent exper
iment ,1, obtained 22,800,': pounds' f
pressure to 'tho square Jnch '.In' clg it,
seconds, lo.yv atertis,'u?yJ,; ijn $)svc i-"
gino or to secure this power, aif.aloi o
being tho agent Thu introductory I '
coptacle, which holds ono-balf pint A
air, required sixty pounds of stool n"
its construction. I oxpect (but canh it
stata for a certalntvVto'rlvo an exhll U
tion in three weeks. This 'wUTdcpci id.
uillirwy upuu iuu uiiiuuiuisu. as. lunr
disappoint me. T cannot1.' toll;' whoS it(
will happen. Next niontl, I wilt,, havo,
a perfect engino compJct.pdv Jt,.jJlI,
not weigh more than three tQns.and.will
bo equal to five hundred horso-powojr7
Tho apparatus which is .used in con
nection with the ongine is naniod' the'
Liborator.' " ,
"How aboui tho Kcely'MotoV com
pany?" . , ,. , , ,. j,
"It has no interest, in' tho npw,encib3'
and discovery. A. company,,), to, bo"
formed, but, I should hardly gu,tlia
particulars. It will havo a qapX&X of,
r.',vw,wv, anu it ,is.LUKOiy.uiit ue
shares of tho Kcely Motor company. wilt
bu exchanged for those of the new. ! I
will havo the controlling interest "Eb
Kcely Motor company has not paid me
a penny for two years, and, all, theso
new discoveries and inventions '.have"
been paid out of my.ownlpbcketi To
return niruin fotho orlinuru .Bubloc
believe that five liberators .'and.enjrirjei
can supply all tho power needed, Ju. this
city. This power can bo .stored tin
tubes and transported anywhere." jluj
nuuui, six luouius, ur sooner u poasmio.
I will take out tho patent in' this
country, and then I .shall go to Unrobe,'
where I desire iq exhibit .' nfy vibratory
lift, tho sympathetic lift, antf MTeraT
other inventions which .the .puoITo da
not know. oV.'miadSplLul Cor. 'at.
(J lube-Democrat. , ,, .,., ( .
e i p
The Medical Uso of Eft) '
For burns and scalds' thoro U nothmir"
more soothing than thV white of latf)
ogg, wbich'may ,be po'dre'd 'over i hS.
wound. , It, is softer as a varaiE7o : a
on hand, cWjJo.'appTOd' lmraofflfi Kk'
It is also moro'edofing tlian'the ,'iw et
oil and cotton,", .which .eforine lj'
a.il'fuouu w umfcllUbDUIVas,, KUpiauafc OQ
tu auay iuu aiuarung, pain.. ItJaVj Ino
vuuiuus wuuiuu tur mat ijlvlta lee
uuiuu uisuuiuiurs expenencea aTOkn j&
of thn vurv ruat rstnA
Beaten up lightly, with or
car. and awullowerl. at a. rmln. It tm
by its emollient qualities to Jesaen he'
inflammation ot the stomach and in
testines, and by forming a trans! int.
coating lor theso organs enables nat ire
In aca..mn l.n l.11i:n.l IL u .1.
ntlfl Minfn th.i nrrtr ta nnt niMMilv . m l
ieine. but. food as well, tho MghtrTtfi'
diet otherwise;' aridUoqufeiS?" the ta,
tlent is kept, the more ctrtalHaflarald
is ins recovery.
m s m ..-. i ,
A Question Frmu.Uie Audience.
ment, now traveling in-Calif ontja, re
lates the following incident: The Aufc,
t.M.ittu oj9,uiu us mucaiiuu in luuuuw
on tho American model, and' tbey pot
uiiijr uave strictly secular pq quo sen
um, lunjr uso unyo a law euiorcin
olemout in bitterly bMMWmi
ians are as ztialou; dofondors, of i tb
fin fnn nnnaitAH .n'U.i M-n,llJK.
-.w wM wbywiuu f,utfsiau,ui4iuvo isy
mado a flaming speech' at. a. polit cj
meeting attended by an unusually Jajrge
number of Irish vntnre unit nMalHnf
over by an Irish chairman. On .the
conclusion of thp speech th,e Chairman
rose, in accordance with, custonii kpoT
said: "Would ooygfntlpn,on Jolki to'
asbk tho shpaker ony questlons'f' A
green y ouog Englishman, row. and ask
ed, in response to the invitation!
"What are tiie candldWiY'vlew.,' tjon
cerulng publio ed'uoation?" The. last
word was hardly out of bis mouth when
ho was struck on the head with a heavy
stick and laid out senseless o ttbe
Uoor. Not the least commotion follow
ed, and the Chairman quickly rose And
blandly inquired: "Would ony 'other
glntlemon lolko to asbk ony other iiues
tions?" Sai Fruncttco ArdonauV
Lawn tennis li s.iito.liaVe b'tVjagftt'
in, like roller skating, a.nijr'JMJdl pa.
culiar disease. It," Is a'rffn&Sjpl
muscle in the arm. The aUtaiMt has
tUiaady been tUgsUnod by tv nassa.
matio ptirase. that
dinaTy accidents of this klnfl! 'aha rv
thing which oxcludes airahd pWve iU
inflammation is the iliiaf 'tKIKS'tfi ho ,W-
.v Mautuu uui ugnauiui sway, yvor kuw
diseased body, , Two, or. at fhe mist,'
thrcp oggs per day o4 . be 'iM" t iat,
would Co reuti red In 'ordlnarV'eV K'
m Sill KPirl
Thla medlclno, combining Iron with pun
nuicaty aniu cwiniuciciy
UrlsuChllte axel Fevere,
rmlelsu. . . i . ,...!
li l an unfklllnff feraedv for Dlscaaosorths
KMaeye anal l.lveT.
ll.U.lnvalualilo.for Ulscaacs peculiar to
Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. , ,
Itdoc not IriJ lire the teeth, cause hcadacho.or.
Iirodnce consUluitlon othir Iron mtitleinndo. ,
Itonrtcheaand intrlflcs the iblood, stimulates
tho appetite, aids the nsslmllallon of food, re
lieves Heartburn and Hcldilng, and strength
ens tho musclca and ncrvea. .... . .
For Intermittent Fevers. Uuwttudo, hack of
Eiiergy, Ac., tt haa no efjual. ,
e The Kcnulne lias almvo trade mark and ,
crossed red llnea on wrapper. Take no other.
s4s -lkr RKOWS IHUICIL ), (4LTI10M, .
Tht formula' by whteH" MixUer't Beri
Bittirt it compounded it ovtr two rsiui-1
dred )tArt oUt, and of German origin
Th tntir rang f proprietdry'mdielntJ
cannot product a preparation that en
joyt to high a reputation in the community1
when it it made at, . .......
ItttthiUH remedy 'for Kidneifani
ZAver Complaints, DytpeptUtl
Cramp in the Stomach, Indlg
tion, Malaria, Periodical Com-i
plaints, etc. , At a Blood Puriflerl
it hat no" earn. It tones the tuttem)
ttrengthening, invigorating' and giving
rh.1lS,lnSMtt.M. a T... k W -J
' able Insist IUl2 Ml lumnMS TltlMn m.2 wZl:
, ratlshlart.IlerViuttera u xenr.wUsly knownj
and haa acquired a great reputation for nwdl,
t dnal and curative peororUea. I have used myself
aidmrAfajr41r several botllM, and I am seUs
Bad that the reputation Is not unmerited."
B8B Commerce- BC. Thllatlgiplila.'-
VaVABK -IM- UK?
tFaaTF fj aassajsj)aa-aaiass seaaaejsa7sasaj)sj
iaaktssaL' KL-W.I. ..WtlS'!
-.a S.A 'mI.I. a mIS AHA.ka a .
w ,! -W..BI . atiiMifa a. -
.aausaraia. umasr. t saaaauer-.
.iUsm aiUr saaileg , Uk avatlW
a, taatias ai Bftviac aocieeaeei oeaaa aaiy
Waaslawa, Dtutaaa. .Saauat-iaeMifcai
' r Saarst wWpmb!ooaDd bard muadjei
tooea tne nervous! sTateni, uvtareMtM'thei
tyala: aad'bmiBittJbe vlgM 67 mtnhfKHt?
- BBjaefj a
ibi i a.av. ajiiiiaui HauniBiraHiia-a.Bi
MiuvNfliy m my, in, vp io uraaij-cif Bl
oveaer. 1858. 1 Bad , Jong andfertWEiT spell ol
typhofd fever.' It left me e Jaclstod awj a 'cVlpble
ta my rtehtloa,: At tlmeethatUmh wu awoiTea
,-" a m mu uitr CaVOl. WOICU aUHDft
.maMmamtimm nsmta. If v aiiinio ...
ft ft laak aiwibla. m t.. a a a me '
potasu wiuj which they dosed me brought
? r Hiwai iVWUIW UVier 11QM1. ,1
iilrr ''tt- hwhibi um
lanayiie mi, -,i i .1 nj .-.
v-7v" oeve eir oeea niaainoiea. xae en
moaMJnehoa.laX)nwoodarful Udoed-Tolay I,ai
th iIIhwm It eotlrallroktn obknd
hetwotortb I am to befree from those Mrrthlsip-
hvw nh um manaati umumruni,
else pnoerlbea by physicians did In IwentMtght
of lUaeriUL. r ,. , ,,, , , ., .w. u.
ZfT. , , i.ww,uii7 veer uiis ieasmoay
en vouuiy, ua., rep. 28, isao.
Froln: the Dlsseiog' Rooiu.
'ift!LMi'i fepiilne foVbfiooililop
Oontracted at a m.Jlc.l nil.T( mJZTiT
-while. I was. a medical student. 1 an Hateful to
sy.WM It gave , me . a speedy ad thorouaJi cure
alter my Mreotf had spent buodredspf dolUri for
ireewoi. aay arm waa swollen to twice IU usual
else, and aa nothing helped me I waa despairing of
avec.beiDa; cured. Hut heating ot UeH. B.tf, I
bought a boUle, little thinking f would derive any
benefit, from it. I began taking It regularly, and
soon the swellings began to go down aud the arm
ceased to pain me. I oontlnued Its use, and after
taking eight bottles was thoroughly cured.
. ,, .AiHjuaTUa WEanitl, Newark. N.J.
Tree lite on Blood and Hkln Ulaeases malted free.
Th Bwift Braciyio Co.,,prawer 8, Atlanta, (it
McMpnagle & Rogers'
, Extract of Vanilla, In the purity La
which we offer It, has the delicate and tut
mlsUkable flavor of the finest Mexican
Vanilla, and is unequalled for flavoring
Ice Cream, Cake and CuiUrd. Civ
them a trial and satisfy yoursthf.
i a,ii,rf IfajTlhi , yeVv, Bm J began to feci lyet-
have all been dlaslpafed. The effeef of The
C. H. PIERCE 4 CO.
Wll jkalt'ik 9 fenMff.aU4ttn1e.r.... ...... aJ.a.Hn
loir, fdt Wthdvlliiig
We havft linnn thu
m Springfield and continue to do it, and all be-
USJTB ?mPoy none Duttne mst skilled and
eXipftiBhcfld1 Workmen and artists.
If you want any work of the kind done
entfuRtit to us,1 and we will guarantee yo
perfect' satisfaction at the very lowest prices
for which good and perfect -Wdrk can be done.
PIERCE I H, 13 S. MARKET ST.
MHria&'ii'Pc.ttitor from the Above.
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(Into of Cliloauo.)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
Specialty ot fine fillings; restoring partial loss of
teeth without plated, and restoring to usefulness
sound roots and broken teeth by crowning.
1101-2 West Main Street.
Or. Frank u. Runyan;
onto In BnrklnahitBi,a Mnllrlln
oer Maraihy ev Vtii'i alorr.
Hpeclal meiilld iiu ti, iht iiniMEg
DR. H. B. DOSCH.
Rooms. 15 4 17, Arcade, Springfield, 0.
Sotclsl Attention Given to Operative Dintls
YOU WILL FIND
33 EAST MAIN STREET,
Where You Will Find
NICE AND FRESH GOODS
PARTIES & SOCIALS A SPECIALTY.
ssar-Call and see the Handsomest Ice Cream l'ar
lor in the Bute.
Boom No. 5, Arcade Hulldlne, Second Floor,
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
War. II. Ouar. Martin M.
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
. trd. Baosa awd Haaa.
MEDICATED BODY BANDS
AUE A POSITIVE CUKE FOK
Painful aiiriDiffloult IHenatriiatlon, Kidney
Trouble., Itlieuiuatisui, 1'lvurisy, r.uiit-,-
baso, Ityapepala, Neuralnta, Vnllo
t or Dfarrluea, Palna in the
f Blue, Back ur Vowels.
'Excetlent for CIIOI.KUA In alt forms, warming
the bowels and checking discharges. Bent by mail
on receipt of ft. N. Y. IIKAIfll AOENCY, 285
Broadway, N. Y. Refer, by ernilssion, to Ameri
can Express Co. or Its agenta. bend for circulars.
EVERY OMK who owna a WAflON wanU a
OANOI'V TOP. Folds up
like an umbrella. Weighs
less than VA lbs. Can be
taken oil or puton In 3 min
utes. Made In sizes to tit
buslneaa wagons, pleasure
w.guns anu uuirgies. tena
for Illustrated circular and
nrlm Hat. Afff.nl. .int.1
jerywhere. 8U1, wncrt rou ,aw Ulti ,, 0
BJSKltll A f tt.. nalAnt.A. un1 M.nnf..li,M.
Bandy Book, Conn. '
3nO AUVKRTIsKIU4.-Iweat rates for adver
I Mains. In OOK suod newspapers sent free. Ad
reaa Ol-A P. HOWELL 4 C47fo Bpruce Ht N, Y.
Maverick National Bank,
tapltal, . $400,000
Surplus, - - $400,000
Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Mercantile
nrma received, and business conuected with bank
London correspondent. City Ila
Asa. P. Pottxk, I'res. J. W,
I.-vtr 4 ,,1) i. ....
nl,f mi tun k B.RU
II f,l li c 1.4.1 1 can ruiort
w. ars pfiuf i tj icjort
thu it 1,4, g en .urn.
ailtfartli n And wa d nut
Mtit.i to nmiuanil iu
J UVVIIII.m.X (Uh
ri to a uavs.
fOaars.u.4 4 il
mvk -t: vs.
Mrs .sir by ta.
tW 1 ty Druirxfati.
Itulrk. auira L'arre. atvar
Taaii Hf muamnlf aioert
.. Jfieairife4sea atnaTervisaesa.
Vna. Call or write, r. O. CLARK. M. O.
NO.SM VIM TRUvINCIt4MATi;3Hia,
aK A "'
saaaawa .,, j
RELIABLE SELF CURE
A favorite tirrscrntion of one of iLe mtji,i
BaaraSaifl etnsl -a.a,aif..l sir euIl.uSai In .!. If 4
(now rellrad) for the cur. of Ntrv.ut Debility,
fee Maahawal, Waakaew and Ueeay. .Sent
in plain scaled envdope free. Druggists can 611 it.
0 ALYMEATM ARKET
JiT!??'l Gciv'"j Er""!3 ii e"iif-iii
AeMraM 08. WARD 4 CO., Louisiana. Mo.
and i business rooms.
flnot unrl OUBH 00nn
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
oun iiitAND ur
Is the safest and purest flatoleno Iu tho market.
This brand burns longer than common (lasolene
and does not emit sn ollcnsivo odor. Inrtlaeolene
stoves and nil uroes for which tlAHoleiiolsusod,
the While blar I'rund Is tho mo-t reliable If tho
White Star Uasolene Is not sold In your vicinity,
send your order direct to us for n barrel,
BROOKS OIL CO.,
55 EUCLID AVE., CLEVELAND, 0.
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
KVKItV FAItMi:it MIOUI.D IHJV tho Cor
liss hnglno till to uso on llielrrinicrs and mowers
ilurlng harvest. This nil is innmifm lured exclu
slvelr by the Brooks OU Cm. .ak jour dealer for
UllOOKS Oil. CO.'S
coki.ish i:noim: oh..
HANCE & CO.
Men's Worklnt; Shoes 80c to $1: Men's
Ilala. CongroHH uml Itntlon $1.'2" to
$2; Men's Calf Itools $1.2. to 8:t.r,0;
a Job lot Men's (JKMJI.NK 1IAN1I
SEWED Hals, llulton and Congress TO
CLOSE, at $4, ax ifooil us imy $(! shoo
inthecitv. Latlles' Flue Kid Itiitfon,
worked button holes, ljtl.25; Lmlies'
Pebbled l'ollsli, guild, 1)0 v. nts; IIiivh',
Youths', and Misses' School Shoes Sot
to 81.25; (.cut's Itubbfi-H .".Of; Ladles'
Light Spring Overshoes 20c.
W. A. HANCE,
40 South Market St
WTo TitTotit confiikton and fiillen,,tij;
thn public, we will miy Hint HAISCi; &
CO. ooutluue IIim hIioo 1in-lii4H- t the
old tan1, 14 WKST MAIN NT., where
you will alwny llml it IeurK tSlork, Low
Frioet aud Fair Veallnu
For 15 year 1 at 37 Court Place, now at
A rtfnUtly docAtaal ud leravU quUfle4 tt'iLiut and Ua
art Bowfti l M tu tiraciio) will prove
Brmatorrliea and Impolonoy,
litlKMul, f nit buw la outb,Miatl etKtwca la nia
turarjMn or othtr mum, u4 nluciDc wninef (Ltfbl
feivUucffacti. Ntrrousav, Hnulnal KruUiiooi (ul;Lt rtila
iuoi Lj dnftru), blmrje. of Micht. UtfecilTt Uttuurj, I'faf
ictvl Uacr, Clni lei on Vmoe. A Vtriu li hoctt ty of mlrit
Coofuitos of Uew, Iitf of Pex uil fovtr, . , rrnjrrtui
atrtt Uuuramor utthatptir, are tLorvtiiitalj ao4 (Arm.
Bestir car-4. SYPHl-t IB l4'' cured ml en-
?! mXl " j'U-iu, Gonorrhon.
GaUEETt KUlcture, fiicUltii, Hernia, ui itu)lurj;
rUeaaia4urariirlraUdlMaca qukklj curml.
It la Mir-orldtat tbat ft j liy klcUn Lo a) ifrertal itteotim
ta otrtalo claaa of dtMaoeft, nd Irvatiiif aniafila unu.
My, aoqulrta great ikllL 1'byalclaaa kiioin itita fact ofun
rniHiaitiraaaUinr r. Wlito III lucouiautaDtto
t UU Ut Ait tor IrMUneot, luodlciotfCAii UKbt vrltau,)
b J Mfalf t ts.l or ctpraaaao'wLera.
Oartia Ottnranteed in all Caaoa
Coualui!Ci.a Mraosall or 1 ttir ttft an4 Ii)T.te4.
Ctergei rtuooa-trfl tal ourrvaisuuiltrooai itrtctlj wuCIisUL
Of00acaaeMBtta.o7 d4reaa, afQrtlf attalesj.forthitif
. nuaniMa erv iaaa vj miu Jlu1
irsta a m ua r. He
ralaoe Steamers. tvr Bates.
Jour Trip, pee Week Betwe.a
DETROIT AND MACKINAC
And Xvery Week Day Tj.tw.en
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Write for our
" Plofureiquo Maeklnao," Illustrated.
Cootalne yell rartleulara. Mailad I're.
Detroit A Cleveland Steam Nav. Co.
C. D. VVHiTCOMa, Oin. rasa. Aot